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Feb. 14: Soccer game entrepreneur shares journey

Soccer-referee-Aziz-Makhani-with-game-80PULLMAN, Wash. – Pullman entrepreneur Aziz Makhani will discuss how he obtained funding to develop and market KickShot, his educational board game based on soccer, at 9:10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 14, in CUE 114 at Washington State University. The class, Entrepreneurial Finance 426, will be open to the public.

Kickshot-box-416Makhani will share his funding and cost/pricing journey, including some of the financial numbers and parameters that should be considered when launching, costing and pricing a consumer product.

The course is taught by Terry L. Cornelison, a certified business advisor in the Washington Small Business Development Center (http://www.wsbdc.org/) at WSU. Read more about Makhani’s product and the help he received from the SBDC at https://news.wsu.edu/2013/05/30/soccer-strategy-thrills-in-a-board-game/#.UvwA35WYafA. Find the KickShot website at http://kickshot.org/.

 

Contact:

Terry L. Cornelison, WSU Small Business Development Center, 509-335-8081, terry.cornelison@wsbdc.org

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